Netflix’s new documentary “The Not So Surprising Hack”

Netflix’s new documentary “The Not So Surprising Hack”

Earlier this month, Facebook got fined with 5 billion dollars.“The Great Hack” unfolds the true story of the data and privacy scandal in a narrative that is thrilling, but foremost frightening.Will they actually listen when, as mentioned in the documentary, data has surpassed oil in value?

The Future of Data Is Licensing

The Future of Data Is Licensing

The restaurant has license to my presence and activity under terms I agree to: Perhaps that my data be anonymized and not sold to third parties, with no facial or biometrics capture allowed.

An Australian worker won a landmark privacy case against his employer after he was fired for refusing to use a fingerprint scanner

An Australian worker won a landmark privacy case against his employer after he was fired for refusing to use a fingerprint scanner

According to case documents, Lee asserted that he had ownership over the biometric data contained within his fingerprint, and that Superior Wood could not require that information from him under the country's Privacy Act. Lee filed a suit with Australia's Fair Work Commission in March 2018, claiming he was unfairly dismissed from the company.

Privacy Is Just the First Step, the Goal Is Data Ownership

Privacy Is Just the First Step, the Goal Is Data Ownership

Well for one, there is no real way for you to monetize that data on your own, so it's hard to say a company stole X amount of money from you. And hey, it looks like Applebook is selling our apples and making gobs of money off of them.

Chinese firm seeks to sell Grindr dating app over US security concerns

Chinese firm seeks to sell Grindr dating app over US security concerns

Chinese gaming company Beijing Kunlun Tech Co Limited is seeking to sell Grindr , the popular gay dating app it has owned since 2016, after a US government national security panel raised concerns about its ownership, according to people familiar with the matter.

The future of data ownership

The future of data ownership

Due to the centralized approach of storing user data, companies’ data centers have turned into golden trezors — a target for attackers, which leads to massive breaches. Here are the differences of storing user data locally on users’ device: It’s also better for businesses: How is this achieved?

It’s time for a Bill of Data Rights

It’s time for a Bill of Data Rights

Rachel’s story will show us why data rights are important and how they might work to protect not just Rachel as an individual, but society as a whole.